Sometimes good handshakes go bad. Normally we see this on the court of field. Two players are so amped up and concentration on the game that someone gets left hanging, the high five is awkward — the list goes on.
Mike D’Antoni and the Rockets coaching staff took this to a new level on Sunday night in China where the Houston Rockets were playing the Shanghai Sharks. A lot went wrong.
All-Star guard says Mike D'Antoni hasn't gotten a fair shake before Spurs beat Lakersr, 125-109, for 11th in a row. The Lakers lost a game to the San Antonio Spurs, but it wasn't an entirely bad day for them.